The president of the community of villages in the Chamonix valley offers greetings to visitors using public transportation. It’s a great system: free bus and train rides for those staying in a local hotel. But perhaps the president should hire a new company for his English translations?
Here is his message:
The Municipality Communities of the Chamonix-Mont-Blanc Valley resolutely made a commitment in the improvement of service of collective transport in the valley. Through this guide you will discover the network with frequency of passage ….
The Valley also introduced a work of dialogue with all the users to evoke the theme of the mobility in all its diversity. The first exchanges allowed us to dread better the expected concrete evolutions: a comfort of stops, information travels, car park, etc…..
The president even provides an email for suggestions — firstname.lastname@example.org. So I propose sending him this response.
Dear Mr. President,
I for one don’t believe you should dread anyone — passenger or not. As for concrete evolutions, I imagine they are preferable to abstract ones, what with all the miles of road to resurface and what not. But, should you be referencing surface structure, as in concrete highways, I believe macadam would be preferable in Chamonix amid the gentle greenery of the valley.
Thanks for letting me weigh in and keep up the good work.